"We were like, ‘Let’s go work on an album, man.'"
The future is bright for Mr. Wes, with or without Mr. West by his side.
Fifteen years ago, Kanye promised that his 'College Dropout' album series would end with 'Good Ass Job.' What happened?
“I’m a fan of really great stuff. So by default, I’m a fan of myself.”
“It took me a minute to realize, ‘Yo, I’m making an album with my big bro. This is a dream of mine.’”
"He just said, ‘Gimme 25 songs that you just love…'"
What if 'DAYTONA' and 'KIDS SEE GHOSTS' were actually one 14-track album?
Talk about a butterfly effect.
"There are some songs that we didn't use that I’m hopeful we can put out later."
A-Trak, Emile Haynie and Emeka Obi reflect on the mixtape that launched Cudi's career.
“No shade, and shout out to Lil Pump, but on a track like ‘Gucci Gang’ he’s not really saying much."
"‘Demoitis’ is when you record a record and you begin to love the record as it is, and then somebody comes and changes something within the record and then you can’t hear it another way."
“He said he knows how to do perfect, but his goal for his follow-up albums was to do something different.”
'ye' was far from the first time Kanye put himself under immense pressure to finish an album.
Sample clearance be damned.
Otherwise known as sample clearance.
All 36 songs from the G.O.O.D. camp's five-album run, ranked.
“It took me a lot of depression having a lot of anxiety to realize something was off.”